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KONG Extreme Dog Toy, Black

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XX-Large
Black
  • Kong Extreme is stuffable.
  • Great for use with Kong Stuff'n or insertable treats.
  • Toughest, durable formula designed for power chewers.
  • For dogs 85+ pounds. 6"" long.
  • Made in USA.
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Product Details

Size: XX-Large | Color: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 3.9 x 3.9 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0002AR16E
  • Item model number: UKK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,496 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,503 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Size: XX-Large | Color: Black

Amazon.com

Used by police, drug enforcement teams, and the military for training working dogs, this super-tough toy stands up to jaws of steel. Even if your dog's job rarely takes him off the couch, the Kong Extreme's goofy, unpredictable bounce makes for hours of chasing and fetching fun--just the thing for animals whose life in the wild consists of tracking, killing, chewing, and then doing the same thing all over again. When you're away, simply stuff the hollow interior with treats or gooey peanut butter, and extracting the contents becomes a "hunt" to keep any pooch happy and busy all workday long. Chewing Kongs helps promote strong jaws, clean teeth, and general oral health. Even aggressive "power chewers" will find it hard to bite through carbon-formula Ultra Flex, and dogs with separation anxiety or problem behaviors like barking and digging will especially benefit from the mental and physical stimulation.

Kongs are made in the USA from a thick, flexible rubber that's non-toxic, non-splintering, and puncture-resistant. This black Kong Extreme is appropriate for the very largest dogs, including Newfoundlands, mastiffs, and Saint Bernards. Supervised play is highly recommended for aggressive chewers, especially when first giving a Kong toy to your dog. Regularly inspect the Kong for cracks or missing chunks, and replace worn or damaged toys to avoid a choking hazard. Satisfaction is guaranteed; if either you or your dog aren't happy with your purchase, return within 30 days for a full refund. --Mary Park

Product Description

The KONG Extreme
Your Dog Will Love You For It!

Originally developed for the toughest K9 and military dogs the KONG Extreme is the strongest dog toy on the market. We took the most durable rubber and made a dog toy that will stand up to the most voracious of chewers from Jack Russells to Great Danes. KONG rubber toys are proudly made in the USA and have been recommended by vets and trainers more than any other dog toy. KONG’s performance and durability is legendary.

KONG Extreme
Dogs Love KONG Extreme


Dogs Need KONG toys

KONG toys are widely used as therapy for prevention of boredom separation anxiety and other behavioral issues. Providing food or treat-stuffed KONG toys for your dogs can keep them contently busy working and out of trouble for long periods of time. Just remember to adjust bowl feeding portions as necessary to maintain a healthy diet and weight for your pet.

The KONG Classic has a 30 day satisfaction guarantee.


A Variety of Uses

•Treat Dispensers- Stuff a KONG Classic with your dog’s favorite snacks or one of the delectable spreads KONG offers for use in the toys

•Chew Toys- Made of durable tough-as can-be rubber KONG toys are perfect for dogs that like to chew

•Fetch Toys- Their innovative shape gives them an unpredictable bounce which dogs love to chase

KONG Extreme
KONG Extreme


KONG Extreme







Sizing Tips-


1. Size Up- If your dog destroys a KONG in a short period of time switch to a larger KONG Extreme.

2. Multiple Dogs- Only provide KONG toys sized for the largest and/or most tenacious chewer in the house.

3. Jawrobics-Regular use of a KONG will strengthen your dog’s jaw muscles. Eventually you may need to size up to a larger KONG Extreme.



KONG Extreme is available in 5 sizes- Small Medium Large X-Large XX-Large



Kong Classic Sizing Chart




Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I highly recommend this product to dogs who are chewers.
Zach001
My dog chews and destroys everything within seconds but this is the one toy she can play with for hours.
Meg
Putting treats and peanut butter inside keeps her occupied quite a while.
Kimra

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

242 of 247 people found the following review helpful By UlrikeDG on April 7, 2009
I got the Extreme Kong (black), because my rat terrier had already torn apart a Classic Kong (red). He goes through plush squeaky toys in no time flat. He has chewed pieces out of one Extreme Kong, but not the other two. What have I learned to keep him from shredding Kongs?

1) Always supervise your dog with this toy (at least until you know how well it will hold up). Yes, the instructions say this. It's not just CYA legal BS. Until you know for SURE that *your* dog can't chew through the Extreme Kong, don't leave him unattended with this toy. (Unfortunately, this means that I can't give it to him in his kennel to alleviate boredom when I leave the house.)

2) If your dog has already destroyed other toys, consider sizing up from the "recommended" size. My dog weighs 25 lb, which is solidly in the "medium" range, but the Large Kong is better for his extreme chewing. The Extreme Kong he tore apart was a Medium. He hasn't managed to tear apart the Large yet.

3) Don't fill it all the way with peanut butter. Stuff the bottom 1/2 - 2/3 with dry food or treats and the clog the top 1/3 or so with something soft like peanut butter. If you fill the whole thing with something that's impossible to get out without tearing the toy apart, your dog will tear the toy apart.

4) Wash it on a regular basis. I have more than one Kong so I can still use one while the other is being washed. I like to soak mine in warm, soapy water for a few hours before sticking it in the dishwasher. This seems to get it clean even if there's peanut butter in the crevices. Dried on cheese can be a bit harder to clean out (I use the pointy end of a spoon or even a toothbrush to get at those bits).

5) If you notice your Kong is showing wear, replace it.
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60 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Kaholeenah on August 1, 2010
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Large
I do pit bull rescue and I'm ALWAYS looking for durable toys. This Kong is my favorite of all. I like to have three per dog so that I can mix up batches of Kong stuffing (peanut butter, bananas, and oats) and then freeze them. They are AWESOME for crate training.

Now that I've said how awesome they are, there is a drawback. They DO stink when they first come. They DO smell bad. So I always wash mine (with a bottle brush) and soak them in soapy water for a few days before their first use. The smell goes away after awhile, but it never seems to bother my dogs.

We LOVE the Kongs!

(If you're looking for durable toys you should also check out the Nylabone dinosaur and deer antlers. They are big hits at my house. And if you buy in bulk, [...] is good too!)
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94 of 99 people found the following review helpful By David W. Straight on June 11, 2008
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Large
Important note: the extreme Kong is NOT the same as the red Kong, which apparently is much flimsier. I got this for my neighbor's good-natured pit bull Major, after seeing him shred everything else. Thin rubber squeaky toys last only a few hours, nylabones perhaps a day or two, and even the thick rubber chill pill got shredded. But the Kong Extreme has (to my surprise) remained intact. I had begun to think that only a chunk of cinderblock would survive...maybe. Extreme Kong takes funny bounces (which apparently is part of the idea. Toys with rope handles made for better slobber-avoiding toss-and-fetching, but handles got chewed off very quickly. You can throw this by poking your finger in the holes and tossing--it's marginally better in terms of slobber than many other toys. Kong comes in different sizes--the largest may outweigh your toy Chihuahua, so be judicious. If a neighbor has a pit bull, getting on his good side is important, even if he is as good-natured as Major!
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33 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Mark K. Bilbo on June 21, 2006
Color Name: BlackSize Name: XX-Large Verified Purchase
My pit can entertain himself for hours with a chew toy but few toys survive more than a week. Ordered one of the "ultra" toys back in February and four months later, it's still intact. If you have a aggressive chewer who's torn up every other toy, these (admittedly rather goofy looking) chews are the way go.
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By John B. White Jr. on January 7, 2008
Color Name: BlackSize Name: X-Large Verified Purchase
Yes indeed,
The doggie destructors! Who could tear apart a toy in no time, may have met their match. During supervised playtime the toy has withstood the Labs torture. Time will tell, but so far so good...
8/2008 Update!
9 months later and the Giant Doggie terrorists have yet to do damage to these toys. I am amazed.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By The Consumer on August 27, 2007
Color Name: BlackSize Name: X-Large
I have a Staffordshire Bull Terrier and this is the only toy he doesn't destroy within one day.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Todd S. on May 8, 2012
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Large Verified Purchase
I'll just touch briefly on some of the concerns that others have mentioned in their negative reviews.

*Is it counterfeit?*

I compared to a Kong I bought several years ago from a local pet supply chain store.
The Kongs are identical in every way although the graphics on the packaging has changed. That style of the packing, however remained the same. And yes, I actually did save the packaging because I can never remember what size it is.

* Did they make it smaller?*
As I said above, these kongs purchased through Amazon in Apr 2012, were identical to kongs I purchased locally in 2009 from a pet supply store. Picture the courtroom tire analysis scene from the movie My Cousin Vinny... I-(claps hands)-dentical!

*Why doesn't my dog want to play with it?*

If your dog is anything like mine are, they aren't interested in rubber chew toys. They're into bones and stuffed animals that they can destroy in 2 seconds. However my dogs were kong & chew-toy trained at an early age. More on that in a bit. I give them a stuffed kong. I used to put all kinds of goodies in there like kibble and peanut butter but now I just put a little piece of sliced bread in there. If I want to make it extra challenging, I'll break off about one quarter of a piece of a hot dog bun and wedge that in the kong. That'll take some work to get out.

"Working" on the kongs is sort of a mental exercise. Not just chewing. One of my dogs learned the best way to get the treat out of the kong is to throw the kong down the stairs. Once my dogs get the food out, they lose interest in the kong completely. That's normal. But it's a piece of rubber folks, not a beef bone. It does however serve another valuable purpose and that's mental stimulation.
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